Nowadays you don’t use a phone to call a person. That’s too passe. Nowadays, you txt, you twitter, you picture message or whatever. Only call when absolutely, positively necessary. Then,…. don’t call. This weeks Bitstrips we talk about messaging. Enjoy.
I’ve been following GeekMommy on Plurk for a while. The site is a Blog chuck full of information. So when GeekMommy decided to run a contest, I thought it would be a good idea to help her along. Let her know of a good Vlog and you might just walk away with a Flip Ultra video camera. I know I will. It promotes so much by doing this – GeekMommy, the Vlog you watch and of course, you. So check out Geekmommy. Help her out and you might just have something that will let you start your own Vlog.
Amazon went down. Twitter goes down. Gmail went down. Now Netflix experienced a big outage. Is there anything that won’t stay up? This week, we explore that question.
Talk about Oceans 11: Earlier this week, 11 people from around the world were charged with stealing tens of millions in credit and debit card numbers. By March 2007, 45.7 million customer cards were compromised. Attorney General Michael Mukasey said in a press conference “They used sophisticated computer hacking techniques that gathered enormous quantities of personal financial data.” He also said he suspects that “a lot of people are unaware that their identifying information has been comprimised”. The breech was first identified in January 2007, and suspected to have started as early as July 2005. TJX Cos., OfficeMax, Barnes & Noble, Sports Authority, Boston Market and DSW were some retailers affected. The list of suspects could be more than 11, but officials are not saying who they have in custody.
Bein a little lazy this week. It’s really a Geek thing, right? Anyway I started a new series on Bitstrips called “I Pity the Fool”. Here is one of the strips.
It’s no surprise I am on the web a lot. I work on a ton of stuff for Geekazine, Dorkazine and for other projects. I would say my web usage is around 12 to 16 hours in a day (computer usage being a little more). So finding the good websites is key and when I do, I stick with them. Here is an insight to the websites I go to daily to pass the info along. We’ll skip the obvious sites (Geekazine and Dorkazine).
I am tired and need a good laugh. Just a fun little strip today.
Standing in line waiting for a new iPhone? Well maybe you’ll get a chuckle out of this:
Bitstrips is having an Awards strips and Geekazine has been nominated for the “GTA IV” strip we did a few weeks ago. I am including the strip below. Feel free to vote and tell all your friends to vote, too! http://www.bitstrips.com/awards/
In the US we are going to celebrate Independance by drinking, eating and watching fireworks. Pretty cool, eh? I myself will be playing at Shipwreck Bay on Lake Castlerock. Come say hi if you like. Here’s a special Bitstrips for ya!
Last chance at ribs on Bill Gates. Anyone? Bueller? Frye? Well, here’s the conversation we had with Bill.
George Carlin is not known for being a tech geek, but he is a geek nonetheless. George Carlin passed away the other evening. I won’t tell you how many times he’s made me laugh. So in honor of George Carlin, here is a special Bitstrips:
No Explanation needed for this one.
This week we poke fun at the many different people trying an alternate biofuel. From water to trash, we should have many choices to what our next fuel is, right?
This week, we note the upcoming release of Guitar Hero:Aerosmith due out in stores later this June.
There have been some claims that the edge of a MacBook Air is so sharp it can slice and dice. This week we look closer at this….
I went to my favorite coffee shop today and found it was closed down. I couldn’t believe it… So I wrote a strip about it.
It’s a special Bitstrips because this one hits true to most geeks. Thanks to mnyassh for letting me use it.
Maybe someday I’ll get to sit and talk with Steve Jobs. Until then I’ll have to make up the interview in my head. Because there has been talk of the new iPhone coming out on June 9th. Also there has been talk of Apple getting the gamers with a new handheld system. So I just had to ask Steve….
This week we look at Twitter and what it might look like if more famous tech icons were using the site.
We look at Grand Theft Auto in another way…
This week we sit down with Steve Ballmer and Jerry Yang to try and resolve this merger issue. Dr. Eric Schmidt also joins the group. Select the picture to enlarge.
Sorry for the late strip, was with a client all day. Earlier in the week I had a Twittversation with Robert Scoble. It went something like this: BTW: Not all comics are meant to be funny. Just poignant.
Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSSOK, so sometimes I go a little overboard. But it’s fun. This is my newest BitStrip based off the popular light beer commercial. Let me know what you think…. Audio for this strip is Below.
I have to admit, I have sat there and watched the Diggs happen. Little graphics showing how people are surfing the Digg Website. Either the Stack option, the bigspy, pics or even the arc. What am I talking about? Well, over on Digg.com you have Digg Labs (http://labs.digg.com) . The Labs are a great way to see who is selecting what. It also gives you an idea how popular a story is in a graphic way. The Stack, Swarm and Arc options show a graphic interface, while the bigspy just pushes text down the screen – the bigger the text, the more popular the article. The pics can be interesting to watch. It may take a while if nobody submits a picture with the article. Not as exciting at the arc or stack, but it does have some merit. All in all, it’s pretty cool to watch. Just...